Finding a Dissenting Path

One of the new experiences on my spiritual journey is becoming frequently the single dissenter in the room. The dissenter creates friction and conflict to make sure that the marginalized voices are heard. This dissenting voice creates discord and disharmony for many who just want consensus, and agreement.

This is what I have experienced since becoming kundalini active. Others don’t like me very well, and it is a new role that I am playing. In the past, I have always wanted to belong, and be accept by others. I realize now that belonging and acceptance by others is unnecessary and causes great suffering within me.

They are still moments that I recall being this person who wants to belong so badly. It is time to shed these old beliefs and behaviors,  and it is time to move onto a new way of being. It is this letting go process that has caused me some angst.

I feel this internal struggle to move forward, but also this force that pulls me back.This internal struggle is the process through which I currently am going. I know in time that I will move forward onto my new path without ever looking back again. (Copyright 2019 awakening journey with all rights reserved)

Author: Journey of Awakening

Hi, I'm Brooke who will be taking you on a journey of spiritual awakening. I experienced a spiritual awakening in March 2011 when my consciousness was awakened, inspired, and transformed forever. I will serve as your guide on this journey, and hope you will join me!

10 thoughts on “Finding a Dissenting Path”

  1. It is possible, when others are not ready and would not hear you well anyway, to dissent in silence — easier on you and gives them something to think about without the distraction of something to fight against. It’s a tool for your box, anyway…

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      1. Oh, believe me, the very first time you simply and quietly withhold the expected murmur of acquiescence you will understand what a profound impact this act has upon its receiver. Try it and see.

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      2. Oh, believe me, the very first time you choose to quietly and pleasantly withhold an expected murmur of acquiescence you will realize what a profound effect this simple act has upon the receiver. Try it and see.

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